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Old 02-23-2006, 02:47 AM   #166
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This quite old news.

This designs somehow similar to the cyclone's steering dessign.
so the steering is a hop-up option for the msx
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Old 02-23-2006, 03:22 AM   #167
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Using a smaller diff pulley in the front is known as "overdriving" the transmission, making it very aggressive. I think this option is availiable for the serpent 710 and on the losi jrxs, so maybe the tamiya guys were trying to remove "bite" or something???
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Old 02-23-2006, 03:47 AM   #168
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How did you guys end up with the conclusion that he is using different size pulleys front / rear?

I thing they are the same as standard, just different material.
Maybe lighter..or lower friction.
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Old 02-23-2006, 04:58 AM   #169
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Pulley is TA05
Center Pulley(s) are TA05
Spurgear holder is TA05

I have done this before, last December.
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Old 02-23-2006, 05:27 AM   #170
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Pulley is TA05
Center Pulley(s) are TA05
Spurgear holder is TA05

I have done this before, last December.
Can you let us know how you did this?
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Old 02-23-2006, 05:29 AM   #171
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All I did was buy the TA04 pulley gears, direct fit. Then bought the hop up middle gears along with the middle shaft and hop up spur gear holder, another direct fit.
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All I did was buy the TA04 pulley gears, direct fit. Then bought the hop up middle gears along with the middle shaft and hop up spur gear holder, another direct fit.

Ooops, I mean TA05 pulley gears. I used the TA04 center gear shaft. Just have to Dremal it to the right lenght or use the 414 center shaft.

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Old 02-23-2006, 09:35 AM   #173
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What a great race. I had a blast again at the wonderful RCS facilities. I even got myself a fresh RCS T-Shirt I liked it so much.

They have wireless internet to use Free of Charge all week. Enough fans for every table, AC inside the shop and a "Relax" couch. Good Home Cooked Food, the buffet on Sunday was AWESOME. The Awards ceremony was absolutely great. This race was flat out awesome!. I even saw some local TV News station there on Sunday. Come on, what else can you ask for.

I don't know how, but when ever RCS has a Race, you can count me in. I'm there.

Ong an the boys, thanks for the good testing! Glad to lend a helping hand.
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I'm looking for Ride 36 rubber tyres, the ones used at TITC 06 but I don't find them anywhere.
Someone know where it is posible to find them???

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Product code is RS-01G. By doing a google seacrh I only found them here

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Apparently, PrecisionRC online shop was there also and fimed A1-A3. Follows the car better in my opinion, worth the download.

http://www.precisionrc.com/nv/car/ho...whatsnew_id=34
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Old 02-24-2006, 05:31 AM   #177
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I'm looking for Ride 36 rubber tyres, the ones used at TITC 06 but I don't find them anywhere.
Someone know where it is posible to find them???

I still have 4-whole sets from the race and the sets you can buy b4 the race. Still new and unglued with inserts and wheels. Hummmm, should I sell them?
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I still have 4-whole sets from the race and the sets you can buy b4 the race. Still new and unglued with inserts and wheels. Hummmm, should I sell them?
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What a great race. I had a blast again at the wonderful RCS facilities. I even got myself a fresh RCS T-Shirt I liked it so much.

They have wireless internet to use Free of Charge all week. Enough fans for every table, AC inside the shop and a "Relax" couch. Good Home Cooked Food, the buffet on Sunday was AWESOME. The Awards ceremony was absolutely great. This race was flat out awesome!. I even saw some local TV News station there on Sunday. Come on, what else can you ask for.

I don't know how, but when ever RCS has a Race, you can count me in. I'm there.

Ong an the boys, thanks for the good testing! Glad to lend a helping hand.
Charlie, thanks for you and your fathers hospitality, it really turned a great event into an awesome event. We sure had osme great laughs.

The Novak system was ultra impressive, especially after all the motor probs myself and lots of others were having. It looks like the new 4.5 motor brings the system to life. Just need to get a new local importer

But seriously thanks a ton, if you guys or Scotty are ever in Australia there is guaranteed accomodation for you guys. I will forward you a copy of the pics taken soon.
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Old 02-24-2006, 06:31 PM   #180
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you can see all results of everyone here

www mylaps.com/results/showevent.jsp?id=116613
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